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SWAT Training Grenade - Securesearch

April 1, 2009
Securesearch Inc. has developed a reusable SWAT training grenade that comes in three optional electronic fuse configurations. The first has instantaneous detonation after arming, for use in boobytrap training operations or as a stake mine training aid. The second has an adjustable time delay fuse.

Pocket-Size Trauma Treatment Kits - Blueline Tactical

April 1, 2009
Blueline Tactical’s ResQ-PAKs are pocket-size trauma self-treatment kits for the law enforcement, tactical, and military community. The vacuum-sealed lightweight packs are available in three levels, each containing a specific combination of first-aid supplies recommended for a different level of threat.

DVM-500 Plus In-Car Video System - Digital Ally

April 1, 2009
The DVM-500 Plus upgrades the DVM-500 In-Car Video System Integrated into A Rear View Mirror. It features an ultra-bright 1000 Nit Monitor for easy viewing in any condition (and can still turn invisible). The new electronic locking door with pin code access keeps recorded evidence even more secure.

High-Definition Network DVR - IRES Technology

April 1, 2009
IRES Technology’s new Pentaplex DVR employs a high-profile hybrid engine to deliver the effect of H.264 compression without any compromise on features, functions, or performance. The product is easy to operate via the included USB mouse or remote control and has crystal clear picture quality, both over the network and during playback.

Striking Shield - RedMan Training Gear

April 1, 2009
RedMan’s Striking Shield is tough enough to withstand intense training and live duty scenarios with live duty batons. It can even be used as a duty shield. It’s made with a specially formulated heavy-duty vinyl material and dense impact-dispersing foam layered inside for greater impact protection. The shield back’s double handle design allows you to hold the bag five different ways.

Radar Recorder - Jamar Technologies

April 1, 2009
A common problem many departments are faced with is complaints about speeding. Instead of having an officer manually gather speed data with a radar gun to determine whether a location has a speeding problem, you can use JAMAR Technologies’ new device.

Powermonkey-eXplorer - Power Traveller

April 1, 2009
Power Traveller’s powermonkey-eXplorer can charge electronic devices in remote locations. It will provide 96 hours of standby on your cell phone, 40 hours on your iPod, and 48 hours on your PDA. It’s available in blue, gray, pink, and yellow. Ultra compact, tough, and powerful, the powermonkey-eXplorer is water resistant and made from rubberized casing for durability.

Auto-Vehicle Locator - COPsync

April 1, 2009
COPsync has released an Auto-Vehicle Locator (AVL) module for its COPsync software. This integrated software product provides a real-time, nationwide information collection and sharing network for law enforcement officers. The COPsync AVL provides typical mapping features to officers in the field, but also displays a map with the current location of all officers as they move about on patrol.

Titan Mount - Havis-Shields

April 1, 2009
The Havis-Shields Titan Mount is a rugged, professional-grade computer mount that is strong, safe, and provides ultra-smooth operation. Heavy gauge steel poles and universal support arms minimize wobble and vibration. A standard stop collar allows the installer to adjust the height and limit the computer from telescoping below the desired height for safety.

Inside the Waistband Holster - Fobus

April 1, 2009
Fobus’ Inside the Waistband holster is the first IWB designed by Fobus. It is contoured to allow a full range of motion while in use and makes the handgun appear almost invisible inside the waistband. The holster is lightweight and allows single-hand reholstering.
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